TMCC

Student Government Association

SGA Judicial Court

Jurisdiction and Responsibilities

  • A judicial court may be convened for the purpose of adjudicating cases arising from the SGA Constitution and related Bylaws;
  • Decisions of the Judicial Court shall be binding upon any Senator, Executive Officer, or the SGA in toto;
  • The authority of a Judicial Court is superseded only by the applicable code of student conduct as determined by the Coordinator of Student Activities and Leadership.

Membership

  • Four appointed student Justices who may not currently hold an office in the Student Government Association. One of the four Justices shall be designated Chief Justice;
  • TMCC Student Conduct Officer or designee will serve as the fifth voting Justice;
  • One faculty member who shall serve as the Judicial Court Advisor. The faculty member shall not have voting rights on the Judicial Court.

Appointment

  • The Judicial Court Advisor shall be appointed by the TMCC Faculty Senate;
  • The Justices shall be appointed by the Judicial Court Advisor;
  • The Chief Justice shall be named by the Judicial Court Advisor.

Meetings

A Judicial Court may be convened upon the request of:

  • The TMCC President;
  • The Dean of Student Services;
  • The Student Activities and Leadership Coordinator; or,
  • Any elected member of the SGA Senate.

Meeting Agendas

2007

Please contact SGA for information on archived meeting minutes.

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